Jigsaw puzzles. They are wonderful. Mary and I finished our first one this week, and we’re very proud.
Happy International No Diet Day. This is a heartbreaking, beautiful post from Mara of Medicinal Marzipan. I’m celebrating by not dieting. Ever. Yay!
Lunch is served on the L train. This makes me very happy, indeed.
I already tweeted about this (tweet tweet), but it very much bears repeating. Amna just released a short work on Decolonizing Your Inner World, and it’s absolute brilliance. Reading through it, I wanted to cry and jump up and down in agreement and also quote pretty much every sentence. I’m amazed that she was able to fit so much helpful empowerment in so few words. Read it. Underline it. Sleep with it under your pillow.
My obsession with Dexter continues.
The politics of sex positivity. Some possible guidelines for those who identify as sex positive. Agree? Disagree?
Why Creative People Need to Be Eccentric. I’m not sure how I feel about this.
New Yorkers: do you know about Krrb (pronounced curb)? I’ve yet to try it, but I’m excited to. It’s like an online version of what we do already: put our old stuff out on our curb, and take other people’s stuff from their curbs. Fun.
A map of the Land of Knowledge. This is groovy, and I want it on my wall.
Havi shared this on Twitter this week, and oh my gosh. So funny.
“The best writing — writing that will change the world for the best — comes from growth.” Kyeli says many wise things like this in her new electronic book, Six Steps to World-Changing Writing.
Any other Breakfast Club enthusiasts out there? I love this.
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What floated your boat this week, lovelies?